Climate Warming and Carbon Emissions: What Does the Future Hold?
Climate research led by Professor Ric Williams has provided key insights into narrowing the quantities of carbon we may emit before reaching 1.5°C or 2°C warming and highlights the urgent need to act now.
Radiometric Dating of Natural and Artificial Fallout Radionuclides
Our researchers play a leading role in the radiometric dating of recent sediments, which informs environmental policy and regulations to reduce levels of pollution and carbon emissions worldwide.
Developing Theory and Frameworks to Better Understand Global Warming
Our environmental researchers have provided a theoretical underpinning to understand the response of climate models based on carbon emission projections to help meet the Paris Climate Agreement.